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[image]Hurricane Katrina Floods the Southeastern United States - NASA image courtesy Lawrence Ong, EO-1 Mission Science Office, NASA GSFC
Though the breaches that allowed water to flow into New Orleans have been sealed, the city is still buried under a deep blue blanket of water. The water has been standing over the city for more than a week, after pouring in starting on August 29, 2005, when Hurricane Katrina battered the levees along the canals that run through the city from Lake Pontchartrain. The Advanced Land Imager on NASA’s EO-1 satellite acquired this detailed image of the flooded city on September 6, 2005...
Keywords: What -- Imager; What -- EO 1; Where -- Mississippi; Where -- United States of America
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[image]New Orleans - NASA image courtesy Lawrence Ong, EO-1 Mission Science Office, NASA GSFC
Although the breaches in the levees that allowed water to flow into New Orleans have been sealed, the city is still buried under a deep blue blanket of water. The water has been standing over the city for more than a week, after it began pouring in on August 29, 2005, when Hurricane Katrina battered the levees along the canals that run through the city from Lake Pontchartrain. The Advanced Land Imager on NASA’s EO-1 satellite acquired this detailed image of the flooded city on September 6, 200...
Keywords: What -- Imager; What -- EO 1; Where -- Mississippi
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[image]New Orleans: Image of the Day - NASA -- NASA image courtesy Lawrence Ong, EO-1 Mission Science Office, NASA GSFC
Although the breaches in the levees that allowed water to flow into New Orleans have been sealed, the city is still buried under a deep blue blanket of water. The water has been standing over the city for more than a week, after it began pouring in on August 29, 2005, when Hurricane Katrina battered the levees along the canals that run through the city from Lake Pontchartrain. The Advanced Land Imager on NASA's EO-1 satellite acquired this detailed image of the flooded city on September 6, 2005...
Keywords: What -- Imager; What -- EO 1; Where -- Mississippi
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[image]Hurricane Katrina Floods the Southeastern United States - NASA image courtesy Lawrence Ong, EO-1 Mission Science Office, NASA GSFC. Annotations included based on from the New York Times.
Over the course of just two days, visible progress was being made in pumping floodwaters out of New Orleans. This pair of images from NASA’s Advanced Land Imager sensor on the EO-1 satellite contrasts the city on September 8 (top) and September 6 (bottom). The blue, bruised appearance that flood waters are giving the city decreased in the interval between the two images, and obvious increases in dry ground are apparent in the East New Orleans, Lower Ninth Ward, and Lake View parts of the city...
Keywords: What -- Imager; What -- EO 1; Where -- United States of America
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